Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Patient education Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=7Q3KgY3FKyIC&oe=UTF-8
byAmerican Hospital Association; Center for Disease Control. Bureau of Health Education
Written by the AHA in cooperation with Center for Disease Control, Bureau of Health Education under HEW contract no. 200-75-0542 Topics: Patient Education, Patient Education, Patient education, Health education
For more details, see the University of Florida George A. Smathers library catalog: http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?20UF020032291 Topics: Respiratory organs, Patient education, Nurse and patient
byUnited States. Congress. House; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce; United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
CMS copy in folder: Public Laws / House / Bill / 110th Congress / 2nd Session / 2008 / File 2 Topics: Medical informatics, Patient education, Medical education, Patients, Patients, Medical personnel,...
Written for American Indians who have diabetes, this folder explains diabetes and outlines a weight control program and diet. The folder discusses the five things diabetics can do to help control their disease: lose weight, watch the amount and kind of fat eaten, eat more food with fiber, avoid sugar, and avoid alcohol. Charts for foods containing fats--meat, fowl, fish, eggs, dairy, oils and fats--list common foods by low, medium, high, and very high fat content and suggest how frequently... Topics: ERIC Archive, Alcohol Education, American Indians, Diabetes, Dietetics, Eating Habits, Food,...
byUnited States. Congress. House; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
CMS copy in folder: Public Laws: House Bills / 110th Congress / 1st Session / 2007 Topics: Diabetes, Diabetics, Patient education, Medical teaching personnel, Self-care, Health, Medicare Source: special
Practices in patient education for spinal cord injured persons in 10 hospital rehabilitation centers were examined. Surveys revealed that a majority of the centers conducted patient education (designed to provide facts about the injury as well as psychological support). Findings revealed a large number of staff involved, but a wide difference in the approaches and goals of patient education programs. Only three centers employed professionals with the primary designation of patient educator.... Topics: ERIC Archive, Neurological Impairments, Patient Education, Physical Disabilities, Rehabilitation...
This model, which provides tried and proven concepts and principles and which can be adapted to a health facilities services delivery system, is designed to assist the professional in planning for patient and family education and may be used with any illness regardless of its etiology or chronicity. The model presents a step-by-step procedure, representing a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to analyzing educational needs of patients in a variety of settings. Each of the following... Topics: ERIC Archive, Family Involvement, Health Education, Models, Patient Education, Patients, Program...
This first Report of the Surgeon General on Mental Health represents the initial step in advancing the notion that mental health is fundamental to general health. It states that a review of research on mental health revealed two findings. First, the efficacy of treatment is well documented, and second, a range of treatment exists for most mental disorders. The report provides the opportunity to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding mental illness. It encourages individuals to seek treatment... Topics: ERIC Archive, Adolescents, Adults, Children, Coping, Health Promotion, Mental Health, Patient...
This workshop, written in both English and Spanish, focuses on improving communication between physician and patient. In the workshop, the trainers will talk about "building bridges" between patient and doctor by understanding the doctor's role and his/her duty to the patient. According to the workshop, a person's doctor should communicate important health information to him/her in a clear and understandable manner--and the patient's actions and how he/she says something can also make... Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication Skills, Communication Strategies, Health Behavior, Helping...
Patient education is recognized by health care providers and patients themselves as an important component of adequate health care for hospital patients. Through this informational process, patients receive information about specific health problems, learn the necessary competencies to deal with them, and develop accepting attitudes toward the problems and resulting changes in lifestyles. Patient awareness includes two types of educational activities--formal and informal. Hospital-based patient... Topics: ERIC Archive, Adult Education, Health Education, Hospitals, Informal Education, Medical Services,...